Callpod launched Keeper Desktop on Wednesday, a migration of the company's iPhone password app to Mac and Windows. Keeper allows users to store all sensitive data including passwords, account numbers, website logins, notes, lists and other business or personal information on their laptop or desktop computer.
Keeper Desktop allows users to search, index and protect information with military-grade encryption. It can securely and wirelessly sync the sensitive encrypted data with the user’s mobile device over a Wi-Fi network. If the user’s computer is lost or stolen, the sensitive information stored in Keeper is protected with military-grade encryption and remains secure.
Keeper also features a “self-destruct” mode which erases all data after five incorrect attempts to break into the database. In addition, this feature allows the user to retrieve and restore an encrypted version of their data.
Keeper Desktop is available for the Mac and PC via a 15-day free trial or users can purchase the full version for US$14.95. Both can be downloaded at the Callpod Web site.